Note: Program is distorted at times as on original tape. Parts 1 and 2 contain entire event but with high distortion. Part 3 - 6 duplicate most of the content in Parts 1 and 2 at a better quality, but some segments are missing, so both copies are included. Part 3 - Same content as Part 1 beginning to 00:12:10. Part 4 - Same content as Part 1 00:12:10 - 00:18:05. Part 5 - Missing 2 minutes. Same content as Part 1 00:20:01 - 00:31:20. Then skips to same content as Part 2 00:10:23 -end. Part 6 - Same content as last minute of Part 1 and Part 2 beginning to 00:10:19.
Description: Author James Baldwin speaks to Castlemont High School students in 1963 about civil rights, education, and other topics.
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